I signed up for Bue Hippo to send me a Dell computer, printer and later, a flatscreen TV. I wanted to contact them in order to find out how far along I am with getting the flatscreen TV. The two numbers on the agreement have been discontinued. I'm left with no way to contact them and I'm scared because they continue to take money out of my account weekly. Should I discontinue my agreement to withdraw the money? Do I seek a lawyer to sue them? Is there any way to get in touch with them? I read online that I overpaid if I went through Blue Hippo. That's my mistake. But I don't want to continue paying on something that is paid for, technically, with the promise of something I'm not guaranteed to receive. Kay
No credit card. Automatic withdrawal from my personal account. I have in front of me the DELL Customer Fulfillment Services with the order number and for :Customer Service it has the 800 phone number(NNN) NNN-NNNN It's been discontinued.
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